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National Law Journal: Social Media Gets Some Respect from SCOTUS in First Amendment Case

National Law Journal: Social Media Gets Some Respect from SCOTUS in First Amendment Case. “Mark the date: Feb. 27, 2017, may go down in history as the day that social media—from Facebook to Snapchat, Twitter to LinkedIn—entered the pantheon of expressions deserving First Amendment protection. 37 more words

Security & Legal Issues

Justice Ginsburg praises media and the role of free press

WASHINGTON (AP) — Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is praising the media at a time when the Trump administration has accused reporters of being dishonest and delivering “fake news.” 477 more words

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Child sex predator demands legal right to be on Facebook

WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR MEDIA) — The Supreme Court will soon decide whether child sex predators have a constitutional right to operate social media accounts.

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Green Panic: Supreme Court Nominee Thinks Government “Experts” Should Sometimes Lose

Guest essay by Eric Worrall At least one green is worried that Judge Neil Gorsuch, a potential replacement for Supreme Court Judge Antonin Scalia, who died in 2016, thinks courts should sometimes be able to rule against the advice of government experts.

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Climate Matters

February 15, 1879: Women Granted Right to Argue Before Supreme Court

An act to relieve certain legal disabilities of women

, 20 Stat. 292 (Feb. 15, 1879):

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Supreme Court. 125 more words

Gorsuch: Conservative is Not the Word I Would Use

When Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch to the US Supreme Court, he stated that he had picked him as someone who would be a conservative similar to former Justice Antonin Scalia. 838 more words

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